Should we abolish private schools? – video

A disproportionate number of people who occupy the top jobs across the UK – from the prime minister and leading politicians to judges and entertainers – were privately educated. Campaigners who think this situation has gone on too long are asking why we have private schools and whether it is time to get rid of them. Maya Goodfellow explores the case for abolition in a video from The Guardian

What is the future for our private schools? Watch the video to find out what is being suggested. Should we abolish private schools? – video 

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Comments

  1. JC

    Brilliant. You see a system which works and produces the students you need so you abolish it to ensure we’re all equally dumb and incapable. Same with religious school system. I wonder who is suggesting this idea, perhaps a state school graduate?

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